Assuming you want to differentiate it, read it as a two-part product, apply the product rule, and each time you do a differentiation for the sake of the product rule you'll need to apply the chain rule - because each of the two parts of the product is a composite. Will put a pic, in a minute.

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Alternatively, take logs of both sides, then differentiate...

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Then solve the bottom row for f'(x).

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